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    Starbucks “partners” continue to find success in union efforts

    March 14, 2022 // Employees are seeking improved wages, staffing, and benefits. The Seattle-based company raised their minimum wage to $15 an hour in October of 2021, which many argue is no longer the target for a livable wage in many major cities within the United States.

    White Plains Hospital Workers Seek Vote to Remove Unpopular SEIU 1199 Union from Workplace

    February 10, 2022 // “These healthcare workers have bravely worked over the past two years under exceptionally challenging circumstances. We should honor that devotion by respecting their right to remove an unwanted union from their workplace,” commented National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix. “We hope the NLRB will promptly schedule a vote and not allow SEIU officials to engage in legal trickery to delay the decertification election these hospital workers have requested.”

    Senator Bernie Sanders to meet virtually with Buffalo Starbucks employees ahead of vote

    December 5, 2021 // Workers at three local stores are in the midst of their vote. Ballots must be submitted to the national labor relations board by December 8

    STARBUCKS EMPLOYEES LOOK BEYOND AN EXPECTED UNION WIN

    December 1, 2021 // She and other members of the Starbucks Workers Union’s organizing committee indicated that they’re already fielding queries about organizing from other Starbucks units, particularly a store in Mesa, Ariz., that’s already filed a federal request to hold a vote on unionizing.